Connor Baldwin: Why You Should Get Custom Ski Boots

Boulder, Colorado resident Connor Baldwin is an avid skier and outdoorsman. While attending the University of Colorado, Boulder, he spent time as a salesman at Christy Sports, where he became a certified ski technician. As a ski technician, he works with many people to find the right gear. When it comes to skiing, the boots are the most important piece of equipment and can make or break your experience. Custom-fitted ski boots have three huge advantages.

  1. You will notice better skiing. With custom-fitted boots, you will find that you turn better and have more control.
  2. They will be more comfortable. This means that your feet will not only feel better, but you will experience less fatigue. This translates to being able to complete more runs, better skiing, and experiencing less soreness by the end of the day.
  3. Custom-fitted ski boots will keep your feet warmer. Along with having better foam for insulation, your feet will keep warm because the blood supply to your feet won’t be affected as they often are in off-the-rack boots.

Your ski boots are the most important piece of equipment you can own. Getting custom-fitted boots will vastly improve your experience on the slopes. Connor Baldwin, a certified ski technician in Boulder, Colorado has helped numerous people fit the perfect fitting ski boots.


About Connor Baldwin

Ever since he was in elementary school, Connor Baldwin was a physically active individual. He tried out numerous sports, including football, and arguably his favorite, lacrosse. In addition to these leisure activities, he became an avid skier, exploring some of the most exquisite skiing locations that Colorado has to offer. Being physically active and pursuing different sports became a very important part of his personality.
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